Sally Thompson oral history interview
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Guidry, Joe J.
University of South Florida Library
Joe Guidry speaks with Sally Thompson of the Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program [ELAPP]. In the interview, Thompson recalls her early life moving to Florida and growing up in Hyde Park. Thompson recounts her entrance into environmental matters, the volunteer work as a citizen activist that began her transition and her involvement the various projects with the Conservation of Recreational Lands Program. Thompson describes her position and responsibilities in the ELAPP project, and names many of the projects she deems most noteworthy or important in both the present and the upcoming future.
oral history, ELAPP, Tampa Bay, estuary, environmental science
1 sound file (35 minutes) : digital, MPEG4 file + ;
Environmental law; Environmental sciences
Oral history, Online audio
University of South Florida
Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program Oral History Project
Thompson, Sally, "Sally Thompson oral history interview" (2017). Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program Oral History Project. 17.